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Rook endgames are one of the most common and probably the most complex of all endings. There are a huge amount of theoretical positions and patterns, which makes it difficult for most of the chess players to remember all of them. However, some of these key positions occur very often in real games and if you know how to play or what plan to apply, you will increase your chances to win the game. Key positions like the Philidor, the Lucena or the Vancura positions should be studied, understood and even memorized, as sometimes you only need to know the technique in order to win or save the game. In this video, GM Alex Ipatov is explaining another principle in rook endgames and that is the principle of king activity.

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